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PV-2 Harpoons on the way to bomb Japanese targets on Truk during the Second World War. (Jim Daley, USN)

fcba: Harpoons on the way to bomb Japanese targets on Truk during the Second World War.

La Pintura y la Guerra. Sursumkorda in memoriam

"Torpedo tracks lead to Uss West Virginia and Oklahoma", David Craig

"Patches" B-17G of the 532nd BS,381st BG

Formation of Boeing of the Air Forces in flight over England. My Dad flew in the Army Air Corps, out of Moleswoth, England Bomb Group, Lt Nemer's crew shot down over Poland

lex-for-lexington: “ Corsairs and an Avenger on the deck of a British Pacific Fleet carrier, artwork by Anthony Cowland.

Airship, Los Angeles, wind lift incident.On 25 August 1927, while the Los Angeles was tethered at the Lakehurst high mast, a gust of wind caught her tail and lifted it into colder, denser air that was just above the airship. This caused the tail to lift higher. The crew on board tried to compensate by climbing up the keel toward the rising tail, but could not stop the ship from reaching an angle of 85 degrees, before it finally descended. It was able to fly the next day.

On 25 August while the Los Angeles was tethered at the Lakehurst high mast, a gust of wind caught her tail and lifted it into colder, denser air that was just above the airship. This caused the tail to lift h

Rhodesian Air Force Lynx

Rhodesia: The Ultimate Photographic Resource! - Page 4 - The FAL Files

DO YOU LIKE VINTAGE?

- The first war in the air - And combat was fought in planes like these. If you have never been up in a bi plane, you are missing a great thrill.

Images of damaged B-17 that made it home by miracle

wwii-bombers: “ A ground-launched rocket missile caused this damage to “Panhandle” during an attack on a V-weapon site, June The missile struck number 3 engine, ricocheted into the fuselage and exploded, leaving Sgt Biggs, the top.

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Formation of Boeing of the USAAF bomber squadron, nicknamed the American Luftwaffe for accidentally bombing allied troops, in flight over England

Made famous by the "Flying Tigers" of the 1st American Volunteer Group in their shark-mouthed sorties over Burma and China, the Warhawk saw service on multiple fronts during World War II. (Image from Air Vanguard #11 Curtiss P-40 Snub-nosed Kittyhawks and Warhawks, by Carl Molesworth, © Osprey Publishing, Ltd.; illustration by Richard Chasemore)

Curtiss-Wright's shark-nosed Warhawks gained their greatest fame over Burma, but the plane saw service on many fronts during World War II.

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